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January 6, 2009
OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) -- There's one thing every quarterback should know before attempting a pass against the Baltimore Ravens: Where's Ed Reed? Reed led the NFL with nine interceptions during the regular season and added two more in Baltimore's 27-9 playoff win over Miami last Sunday. He returned the first pickoff 64 yards for his fourth touchdown of the season. Four touchdowns? By a safety? That equals the number scored by former Ravens running back Jamal Lewis for the Cleveland Browns in 2008.
NEWS
By STEVE WINE | January 4, 2009
MIAMI - The Baltimore Ravens had Chad Pennington spinning, ducking, on his heels and on his back. When he did manage to get a pass away, they were often there to snatch it. The Ravens came up with four interceptions, including one returned 64 yards for a touchdown by Ed Reed, and won 27-9 Sunday to spoil the Miami Dolphins' first playoff game in seven seasons. Baltimore stuffed Miami's ground attack and negated the Wildcat, but most of all the Ravens harried Pennington into uncharacteristic mistakes.
NEWS
by ROBERT KELLER | November 7, 2006
The Super Bowl is coming closer as Week 9 passes. Many teams are doing well, but a shocking game brings a team down. This will all be recorded in this football column, so don't look anywhere else! In Chicago, the Miami Dolphins took on the undefeated Bears. The Bears were beginning to look like the 1972 Miami Dolphins, who went undefeated for an entire season. Bears quarterback Rex Grossman did not have a very successful game, completing only 18 of 42 passes for 210 yards. It was definitely not enough.
NEWS
January 16, 2009
PITTSBURGH (AP) -- The Raiders-Steelers rivalry was so filled with enmity and emotion, hatred and hostility during the 1970s that a football field couldn't hold it. About all that's missing from the NFL's newest and nastiest rivalry, the Baltimore Ravens vs. the Pittsburgh Steelers, is a player suing the opposing coach in federal court for labeling him part of football's criminal element, as Oakland's George Atkinson once did former Steelers coach...
NEWS
December 23, 2009
OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) -- Corey Ivy has a unique perspective on the rivalry between the Baltimore Ravens and the Pittsburgh Steelers. After spending the previous three seasons in Baltimore and one game this season with the Steelers, Ivy returned to the Ravens' roster just in time for Sunday's pivotal AFC North showdown. "In this game, you never know what's going to happen," Ivy said Wednesday, one day after being re-signed following a tryout that included former St. Louis Rams second-round cornerback Travis Fisher.
NEWS
By DAVID GINSBURG | April 1, 2009
OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- The Baltimore Ravens are considering a variety of players with the 26th overall pick in the NFL draft later this month -- none of them a quarterback. The Ravens solved that problem last year when they selected Joe Flacco with their No. 1 pick. Flacco started every game and looked very little like a rookie in leading Baltimore to the AFC championship game. So, upon devising his draft board for April 25, Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome has assembled a list of names that includes almost every position on the field except for one. After drafting a host of quarterbacks over the past 13 years, ranging from Jon Stark to Kyle Boller to Flacco, Newsome can turn his attention elsewhere.
NEWS
By DAVID GINSBURG | January 6, 2009
OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- The Baltimore Ravens opened the playoffs just as they did the last time they won in the postseason: With a road victory against the Miami Dolphins. For an encore, the Ravens will seek to replicate another past playoff feat that ranks as one of their most memorable postseason performances. Baltimore's 27-9 win over the Dolphins on Sunday set up a second-round matchup on the road against the top-seeded Tennessee Titans this Saturday. Placed in an identical scenario during the 2000 playoffs, the Ravens pulled off a 24-10 upset to earn a berth in the AFC championship.
NEWS
December 5, 2004
BALTIMORE (AP) - First, Carson Palmer tossed the ball all over the field during his finest day in the NFL. Then, after leading the Cincinnati Bengals to an improbable comeback victory, he delved out the credit to everyone around him in the locker room. Palmer threw for 200 yards and three touchdowns in the fourth quarter, and the Bengals rallied from a 17-point deficit to beat the Baltimore Ravens 27-26 Sunday. Shayne Graham kicked a 24-yard field goal as time expired, giving the Bengals their first win in Baltimore in eight tries since 1996.
NEWS
January 2, 2005
BALTIMORE (AP) - The Baltimore Ravens did their part to get into the playoffs, then dashed home to discover their fate. "Time for a little Chinese food and a little game-watching," Ravens coach Brian Billick said after watching his team stumble past the Miami Dolphins 30-23 Sunday. Baltimore needed to beat the Dolphins and have three other games fall its way to earn a wild-card berth. After fulfilling their share of the equation, the Ravens left the field unsure of their postseason fate.
NEWS
By DAVID GINSBURG | December 4, 2005
BALTIMORE - When he lines up behind center today, David Carr might not recognize the guys trying to stop the Houston Texans from moving the football. Bart Scott, Tommy Polley, Dale Carter, Chad Williams and even special teams star B.J. Sams have become prominent figures in the once-feared defense of the Baltimore Ravens. The unit is so banged up that defensive coordinator Rex Ryan drew up several game plans this week, each one dependent upon the players available to him. "We've just got to dig in the barrel and see who we can come up with," said Carter, who's nursing a tender hamstring.
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August 28, 2010
BALTIMORE (AP) -- The Baltimore Ravens enter their third preseason game looking to hold onto the football, establish an offensive flow and fortify their defense. Though unbeaten, the Ravens gave up 401 yards passing in a 23-3 victory over Washington last week. Baltimore has fumbled eight times in two exhibition games. The team's leading rusher is Haruki Nakamura, who ran 51 yards on a fake punt. Most alarming is a unit that was repeatedly burned by the Redskins. "You never want to give up a lot of yards," defensive coordinator Greg Mattison said.
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NEWS
August 25, 2010
OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) -- Ed Reed's prolonged absence following offseason hip surgery hasn't triggered a panic in Baltimore. The Ravens feel good about their situation at safety with Tom Zbikowski filling in for Reed, who's out indefinitely, and veteran strong safety Dawan Landry providing leadership and doling out punishing hits. "Dawan brings it every play," said running back Willis McGahee, who got his lip split by Landry during training camp. "He's a hard hitter, but he plays clean football.
NEWS
December 23, 2009
OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) -- Corey Ivy has a unique perspective on the rivalry between the Baltimore Ravens and the Pittsburgh Steelers. After spending the previous three seasons in Baltimore and one game this season with the Steelers, Ivy returned to the Ravens' roster just in time for Sunday's pivotal AFC North showdown. "In this game, you never know what's going to happen," Ivy said Wednesday, one day after being re-signed following a tryout that included former St. Louis Rams second-round cornerback Travis Fisher.
NEWS
By DAVID GINSBURG | April 1, 2009
OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- The Baltimore Ravens are considering a variety of players with the 26th overall pick in the NFL draft later this month -- none of them a quarterback. The Ravens solved that problem last year when they selected Joe Flacco with their No. 1 pick. Flacco started every game and looked very little like a rookie in leading Baltimore to the AFC championship game. So, upon devising his draft board for April 25, Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome has assembled a list of names that includes almost every position on the field except for one. After drafting a host of quarterbacks over the past 13 years, ranging from Jon Stark to Kyle Boller to Flacco, Newsome can turn his attention elsewhere.
NEWS
January 16, 2009
PITTSBURGH (AP) -- The Raiders-Steelers rivalry was so filled with enmity and emotion, hatred and hostility during the 1970s that a football field couldn't hold it. About all that's missing from the NFL's newest and nastiest rivalry, the Baltimore Ravens vs. the Pittsburgh Steelers, is a player suing the opposing coach in federal court for labeling him part of football's criminal element, as Oakland's George Atkinson once did former Steelers coach...
NEWS
By DAVID GINSBURG | January 6, 2009
OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- The Baltimore Ravens opened the playoffs just as they did the last time they won in the postseason: With a road victory against the Miami Dolphins. For an encore, the Ravens will seek to replicate another past playoff feat that ranks as one of their most memorable postseason performances. Baltimore's 27-9 win over the Dolphins on Sunday set up a second-round matchup on the road against the top-seeded Tennessee Titans this Saturday. Placed in an identical scenario during the 2000 playoffs, the Ravens pulled off a 24-10 upset to earn a berth in the AFC championship.
NEWS
January 6, 2009
OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) -- There's one thing every quarterback should know before attempting a pass against the Baltimore Ravens: Where's Ed Reed? Reed led the NFL with nine interceptions during the regular season and added two more in Baltimore's 27-9 playoff win over Miami last Sunday. He returned the first pickoff 64 yards for his fourth touchdown of the season. Four touchdowns? By a safety? That equals the number scored by former Ravens running back Jamal Lewis for the Cleveland Browns in 2008.
NEWS
By STEVE WINE | January 4, 2009
MIAMI - The Baltimore Ravens had Chad Pennington spinning, ducking, on his heels and on his back. When he did manage to get a pass away, they were often there to snatch it. The Ravens came up with four interceptions, including one returned 64 yards for a touchdown by Ed Reed, and won 27-9 Sunday to spoil the Miami Dolphins' first playoff game in seven seasons. Baltimore stuffed Miami's ground attack and negated the Wildcat, but most of all the Ravens harried Pennington into uncharacteristic mistakes.
NEWS
by ROBERT KELLER | November 7, 2006
The Super Bowl is coming closer as Week 9 passes. Many teams are doing well, but a shocking game brings a team down. This will all be recorded in this football column, so don't look anywhere else! In Chicago, the Miami Dolphins took on the undefeated Bears. The Bears were beginning to look like the 1972 Miami Dolphins, who went undefeated for an entire season. Bears quarterback Rex Grossman did not have a very successful game, completing only 18 of 42 passes for 210 yards. It was definitely not enough.
NEWS
By DAVID GINSBURG | December 4, 2005
BALTIMORE - When he lines up behind center today, David Carr might not recognize the guys trying to stop the Houston Texans from moving the football. Bart Scott, Tommy Polley, Dale Carter, Chad Williams and even special teams star B.J. Sams have become prominent figures in the once-feared defense of the Baltimore Ravens. The unit is so banged up that defensive coordinator Rex Ryan drew up several game plans this week, each one dependent upon the players available to him. "We've just got to dig in the barrel and see who we can come up with," said Carter, who's nursing a tender hamstring.
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